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Category Archive for 'Food Ecology'

On my new kick to write about whatever food I may be thinking about rather than trying to churn out new fusion recipes while on my weird “non-aggravating” diet, I offer to you the humble Honeycrisp apple. Raw, whole, and usually organic in my experience, this apple is absolutely, by far, the best apple I […]

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Lessons from the Deep Blue

Not to get too down in the dumps these days, but shark week has been the perfect time to examine the state of the seas and the foods we take from them. And while shark week may now be over, we shouldn’t stop thinking about the message that it tries to convey each year. (Although […]

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When we think of food, most of us just generally think of how to cook it and eat it. But this blog is not just a recipe blog; it’s dedicated to exploring our connection with our food sources from around the world, from start (life) to finish (your meal). Different cultural traditions have different ideas […]

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Baja-style Fish Tacos

My grandmother, who was from Baja California, used to cook for me all the time when I was very young. Unfortunately, I never learned her cooking secrets. So I’m on a mission to learn to make all of my favorite Mexican dishes, much like I did with Armenian meals. The one good thing about being […]

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In honor of the self-described “best week of the year,” I will be posting on the lives of sharks and the oceans in which they live. Why? Because what they do–and what happens to them and other sea critters–greatly affects what ends up on our plates. As any real Shark Week nerd knows, sharks are […]

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